Note: If you have not already read through the original article that explains how to connect to remote desktops:
If you have already read through these, the process is only slightly different with these remote desktops.
You'll need to start by bringing up the Remote Desktop application:
Once in the Remote Desktop application, if you've already configured the remote desktop you should be able to enter a new desktop to connect to.
The Windows 10 Loan computers all follow the following naming:
The first laptop is used in the example below: win10loan01.naropa.edu
The laptops are numbered 01 to 10, all use two digit identifiers.
Note: If you receive a notification that someone is logged in, please try connecting to a different loan computer. (ex: if win10loan01 is taken, try win10loan02 and so on...)
IMPORTANT: WHEN YOU ARE DONE, MAKE SURE TO LOG OUT TO FREE UP THE COMPUTER FOR OTHERS
If you have set up remote desktop, you will have the following screen where you will input the computer to connect to:
If you DO NOT have remote desktop set up, your will have the following screen where you will input the computer to connect to. If you are on this screen please push SAVE before pushing connect: